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South Sudan Striker David Majak Completes Loan Move To Swedish Top Tier Side

South Sudanese striker David Majak Chan has completed his loan move from Kenyan Premier League club Tusker FC to Swedish top tier side Kalmar FF, the club has confirmed.

The 20-year-old makes the switch to Sweden on a six-month deal, with Kalmar having an option to buy at the end of the loan deal.

The forward only managed seven appearances and four goals in an injury-plugged season in the Kenyan Premier League.

“We wish to confirm that our striker Majak is set to leave for Sweden for a six-month loan stint with top Division Side Kalmar FF,” the 11-time Kenyan Premier League champions confirmed on their website as quoted by

“The South Sudan international who has been part of the Tusker family for three seasons will link up with his new side effective May 1 for an initial loan offer until the end of the year with a view to signing permanently.”

Majak said he was happy for joining the Swedish giants and is looking forward to meeting his new teammates.

“I am happy to make this important step in my career and I want to thank Tusker for the opportunity and for allowing me to make this move,” Majaka said.

“I am ready for the challenge ahead and I will keep working hard just as I have done here.”

Tusker chairman Dan Aduda also confirmed the departure of the forward whose deal remains subject to international clearance being received.

“It is true we have loaned out Majak and also extended his contract by three years. So he is welcomed back if in the end he doesn’t sign permanently with his new club,” Aduda as quoated by Nation Sport.

“He is a disciplined and a focused player who I’m sure will perform well. As Tusker we wish him all the best,” he added.

Majak started his football in Kakuma Refugee Camp before joining local side  Kapenguria Heroes where he was spotted by Kenyan Premier League side Kakamega Homeboyz.

He went on to Mount Kenya United before leaving again to joinsTusker FC where he became an instant hit under coach Robert Matano.

He played seven matches in the 2019/2020 KPL season second leg and scored six goals, earning him the league’s young player of the year award.

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